Yasmin Acree

Jan. 15, marks the sixth year in the disappearance of Yasmin Acree, who went missing from her Congress Parkway home when she was 15 years old. 

The family believes Yasmin, who turned 21 in October, was abducted from her home and is alive, likely being held against her will. Yasmin Acree attended Austin Polytechnical Academy at the time of her disappearance. An enhanced photo (pictured) released by Chicago police in 2011 shows what an 18-year-old Yasmin looks like. 

There have been no major breaks in her case over the last six years. A $10,000 reward has been established for any information leading to her whereabouts. 

Anyone with information about Yasmin is encouraged to call the police. AustinWeeklyNews.com has additional coverage of Yasmin and her case. 

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